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Historic Houses are already well known for their eerie tales of ghosts, ghouls, and harrowing histories It's Britain's largest collection of historic houses and gardens, representing 1,500 historic houses, parks and gardens, supported by some sixty thousand members of the general public. They work on behalf of these important places, with the support of the members who love Britain's special heritage.
Independent historic houses might be owned by individuals and families – often those who have lived there for centuries – or by small charitable trusts, businesses, educational institutions, or local authorities. Many of the houses, castles, and gardens are open as regular tourist attractions and the membership scheme, which asks the general public to join in supporting these places, comes with hundreds of offers of free access to these incredible sites, encouraging members to explore less famous sites and make trips they might not otherwise have taken.
Down in Gloucestershire, Berkeley Castle was the site for the killing of Edward II in 1327, supposedly using a red-hot poker. Berkeley Castle will be staging their 'Spooktacular Halloween' events programme from 25-31 October.
For further information, visit https://www.berkeley-castle.com and https://www.historichouses.org/what-we-believe/everyone-benefits/halloween-events-2021/
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